Mercedes Benz V-Class Owner's Manuals
Mercedes-Benz V-Class – class “L” minivan with rear or all-wheel drive. Officially, a restyled version of the third generation of the model was introduced in January 2019. The public debut took place at the Geneva Motor Show in March of the same year.
Mercedes-Benz V-Class in the third generation has become a real bestseller in the class. Which, however, is not at all surprising: a solid and modern design, a spacious and functional interior, and most importantly, all this was emphasized by the high status of the “three-pointed star”.
Therefore, in order to maintain, at least for another couple of years, such popularity, Mercedes did not begin to be particularly tricky with this update. Therefore, from the external changes, one can note a new front bumper with a one-piece full-width air intake and a slightly different design of the radiator grille on a car with an AMG package. However, even such trifles gave the appearance of freshness and solidity.
But in the cabin you can’t do without “eagle vision”. Because, if you do not take into account the new finishing materials, the only change will be the air duct deflectors, which now resemble a turbine wheel in their appearance. Otherwise, nothing new, the same design and the same equipment. And no one will be upset by the absence of a virtual dashboard or an advanced MBUX system (there is also the former Command) if the car is primarily perceived as a mobile office, and not a smart gadget.
At the same time, the most significant update of the Mercedes V-Class is hidden under the hood. Namely, the former 2.1 diesel engine (OM651) has given way to a more modern 2-liter OM654 engine, which is currently available in three versions: V220d – 163 hp. 380 Nm, V250d – 190 hp 490 Nm, V300d – 239 hp 500 Nm. All versions are equipped with a proprietary 9G-Tronic torque converter. The drive can be either rear or full.